Today is Sherma-versary, 3 years since we lost our darling golden boy to cancer. He was only 4 1/2, far far far too young. Time does mellow the pain of loss, and warm memories of him fill our hearts with joy and put smiles on our faces when we recall his antics, his big bear-head, love of peanut-butter, and his wonderful smile.
Everyone who met Sherms fell in love with him, he was the most mellow, laid-back husky you can imagine. I know, "mellow" and "laid-back" aren't usually in the same sentence as "husky", but Sherman was a treasure. He's gotten lots of company over the past 3 years, as many furiends have crossed, and last fall his sis Tori joined him, and most especially, his beloved Star crossed to be with him forever. Knowing they are together makes me happy too. Those two were genuine soulmates.
In honor of you, Jack & Moo will get a big blob of peanut butter on their cookies tonight, Sherman. We love and miss ya, big guy.

~your biped Mom & Dad


Life With Dogs said...

You are right, that is far too young. Cancer is common in Greyhounds and I live in fear of the same.

Run free sweet boy.

Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

We've been thinking about him khwite often the past few days -

We knew 'today' was the day -

And as a few of our furiends khrossed in the past few days, we knew Sherman, Star, and Tori would be greeting them -

Here's to a furry handsome furiend!

PeeEssWoo: I'll be giving him a woo-out on Sunday!

Jacqueline said...

I'm so sorry for the loss of all your beautiful babies; Sherman, Star and Tori will live in your hearts forever...Sherman was a precious sweetheart and it's terrible he had to be with the angels so soon...Gorgeous Star and Sherman are dancing in the heavens together...I understand your deep loss and honor the love you will always share with these wonderful babies=Love NEVER dies...xo...J

JackDaddy said...

What a wonderful tribute and photos! I'm glad you shared them with us!

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

We know you still miss him. We always remember Sherma-versary too because he was our first blogging friend to go over the Rainbow Bridge and the first of many (unfortunately) pups mom would shed tears over.

Steve and Kat

Phred said...

Look ~ Up in the Sky ...
Ya see the Twinkle from their Silver
Harness catch the light?
That's God's Silver Team dashing off,
North of the Bridge.
And who's that in the dark furrs,
behind Sherman, Star and Tori?
Yup, that's Rosie the Rotti.
And further back - with only the Tip
of his *waving* tail visible above the drifts ...
My lil Husky Wanna-Be = Bowser, in
his half-sized Silver Harness,
doing his best to keep up.

*Run with the Wind*, FurKids.

Cyber-sibes said...

Phred, yup, we're sure Bowser is right there with them. Don't worry, you know Star, she'll slow the team down just so his little legs can keep up! ; )

Enjoying fond memories of those Husky Hikes we all did together!

Mushing Kodi said...

Sorry for your loss.
What a beautiful tribute though. He was a truly handsome boy.
Run free Sherman x

Kodi xxx

Wild Dingo said...

I just recently saw his photo the other day in another area you had posted it and remarked how gorgeous he was! What a nice tribute. Sigh. They aren't here long enough, are they?

what a sweet face he had! i would have loved to schmoosh it!

The Army of Four said...

Beautiful post for a beautiful pup!!!
Tail wags - to you and Sherman!

ra_husky said...

we've read your blog regularly for years but rarely comment, just wanted you to know our howls tonight will be for woo & yours,


Sam said...

He stayed long enough to leave wonderful memories!


Kylie said...

What a beautiful boy. At least he is home over the bridge with all our loved ones. Chelsea is taking good care of him, I know it.


Shmoo said...

Sad woos


Elyse K said...

Shermie, Star and Tori, I miss you, all and I am glad for the opportunity to have known you.

Jack and Moo, big big hugs to woo!!

Huffle Mawson said...

That is a lovely tribute to sweet Sherman.

Maggie and Mitch said...

What a handsome boy! We're sorry that we never got to meet Sherman.
We are thinking of you.

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

The Thundering Herd said...

Sherman is so handsome. Those anniversary days are tough around here, so thinking of you.

Keisha said...

I am sorry for your loss. Rest in peace.